If your team is struggling to perform or wants to sharpen its collective saw, this is the perfect workshop. With so many influencing factors, team performance can be a tricky thing to diagnose and it can be all too easy to finger relationship issues or individual performance. This workshop will give you and your team a better understanding of the nature of teams and will provide actionable insights on how to improve performance.
In collaboration with the team leader, we’ll start with a team-level diagnostic (the Team Vital Signs “TVS” from Six Seconds) and then debrief with the leader to set the context for the workshop. In the workshop we’ll debrief the TVS and relate that to David Clutterbuck’s PERILL model (Purpose and motivation, Externally-facing systems and processes, Relationships, Internally-facing systems and processes, Learning, and Leadership) and Google’s research into high performing teams and psychological safety.
This is a large subject area, so specific emphasis will be placed on factors highlighted by the team leader and in the TVS.
By the end of this workshop, you and your team will be able to:
- better understand the drivers of team performance
- understand the team in context of the wider organisation
- appreciate the importance of psychological safety in teams
- get actionable insights to improve your team’s performance
- implement a process for continuous learning
- recognise how focusing on fixing problems can be destructive.
- Team Vital Signs assessment and team debrief (including debrief with team leader in advance of the workshop)
- How clarity of purpose and motivation impact teams
- The impact of external systems and processes
- Relationships and psychological safety within teams
- Internal processes and tools
- The critical and often overlooked learning process